February 19, 2014

Secret to Brew Cool Expresso Videos!

A few days back, I started exploring a cool new tool named Expresso to create short videos to share my thoughts and ideas with my friends and colleagues. It’s a pretty simple tool to create videos to explain concepts and ideas with the help of out-of-the-box video assets and adding text/drawings on the fly.

The best part I like about Expresso is that there is no need to plan the entire video upfront. You can record your video in bite-sized segments, rewind to the previous state if any segment is not up to your expectation and finally stich all the segments together to create an engaging video.

Expresso also comes with the tracing ability, which transforms you into a professional sketch artist by letting you create sketches by just tracing over an image.

Here are a few example videos created using Expresso.

Tempted to try it out? Click here to visit Project Expresso page and share your email id to get access to this tool.

Happy brewing! 🙂

Posted by poojajaisingh3:54 PM
  • Hi, I reached this page searching for a tool that exactly does this. It take a lot of time of my employees to create visually appealing explanatory videos for demos, presentations, new product launch etc. Thanks a lot, let me try out myself before passing it on to my designers. Thanks.

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